The introduction of candlestick methods for market price data visualization might be one of the most important events in the history of technical analysis, as it totally changed the way to see a trading chart. Candlestick charts are extremely efficient, as they allow the trader to visualize the opening, high, low and closing price (OHLC) each at the same time,...
A problem with Heikin Ashi is that while it gives you a great overview of overall direction, it is rarely possible to use it as a replacement for normal japanese
candlesticks. The reason for this is that actual price data is lost, since the candles are more akin to a moving average than a different way to see price action. Also, with Heikin Ashi, most of the...
Removing irregular variations in the closing price remain a major task in technical analysis, indicators used to this end mostly include moving averages and other kind of low-pass filters. Understanding what kind of variations we want to remove is important, irregular (noisy) variations have mostly a short term period, fully removing them can be complicated if the...
Visualizer of current or previous month(s), week(s) & days ranges
Purpose: View last Monthly, Weekly, Daily, and/or a custom time interval OHLC, i.e. previously closed/confirmed or the ongoing higher time interval ranges
Main configurations available:
- 2 main reporting modes: View the current/ongoing M/W/D candles' OHLC (live, repaints) or report OHLC of last...
Very simple strategy based on consecutive candle count. Simple but can be very profitable if you know how to execute.
- Buy when consecutive up closes exceeds 3
- Sell when consecutive down closes exceeds 3
For a buy signal, if price closes higher within 5 candles, it is defined as a win.
For a sell signal, if price closes lower within 5 candles, it...
Description: The theory behind this script is that if within the last 10 candles, if the majority of them are green and the average length (wick to wick) of those majority green candles is greater than the average length of the minority red candles then it will signal that this is a bullish move within the market and signal you to buy. The opposite is true for...
Simple script to view Heiken-Ashi candles below a normal candles chart.
Could also be useful for using HA calcs in strategy scripts on normal candles chart for proper backtesting.
I adapted this to v4 from original v2 script by @samtsui. If you like please remember to give him a Thumbs Up for his original version! ->...
Why use CLAM?
Because candle length may be difficult to discern in fast, choppy markets. CLAM plots current price activity against previous trends. The calculation is similar to Know Sure Thing (KST) without the lag. CLAM uses Triple EMAs (TEMA) instead of Simple Moving Averages (SMAs), and raw open - close instead of clunky Rate of Change (ROC). CLAM does not...
Literally the name, just checks if a high or low is a full number or decimal (i.e 100.5) then shows the percentage of full number highs vs percentage of full number lows.
I couldn't really find anything useful with it but maybe someone else can
This is a custom High Time Frame indicator, originally created by JustUncleL. 💚
I have edited the Pine Script to allow a custom Time Period input. 💛
In the original version, you could only select from a few time periods as your High Time Frame. 💙
In this version you can put any time frame as your reference. 🧡
Example: 6-hour HTF or 2-Day HTF
What is up y'all ? (french trying to sound American)
I found that in my script archives, way back in an old cave. I think this might be useful as a few really asked me how to define a green/red candle, how to capture the wick value, the body, etc..
This is not a fancy script as usual and I'm sure they're plenty of candles pattern scripts out there but I saw no...
This tool is simple yet very effective. It creates new candles on the chart based on the MACD.
Candles are green when MACD is increasing and red when it is decreasing. All lengths can be adjusted in the input menu and there is an option to plot the signal line.
The rules for using it are pretty simple:
1.Buy on Green
2.Sell on red